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Latest news on Enzo Maresca, providing comprehensive coverage of his appointment as Chelsea head coach, managerial career at Leicester City, Parma, and Manchester City U23s, and his illustrious playing days in Italy, England, Spain, and Greece.

Enzo Maresca, born on 10 February 1980 in Pontecagnano Faiano, Italy, is a former professional footballer turned manager. He enjoyed a successful playing career spanning nearly two decades, representing clubs such as Juventus, Sevilla, and Olympiacos. Maresca won multiple titles, including two UEFA Cups (now Europa League) with Sevilla in 2006 and 2007.

On 3 June 2024, Maresca was appointed as the new head coach of Premier League giants Chelsea, signing a five-year deal with an option for a further year. This move comes after an impressive stint at Leicester City, where he led the Foxes to the Championship title and promotion back to the Premier League in the 2023-24 season. Maresca's success at Leicester earned him the EFL Championship Manager of the Month award four times during the campaign.

Before his triumph at Leicester, Maresca had a brief spell as manager of Italian side Parma in 2021, following a successful period as head coach of Manchester City's Elite Development Squad, where he won the Premier League 2 title in the 2020-21 season. His experience working under Pep Guardiola as an assistant manager at Manchester City in the 2022-23 season further enhanced his reputation as a talented young coach.

As a player, Maresca was known for his versatility, technique, and work rate in midfield. He began his career at West Bromwich Albion before moving to Juventus, where he won the Serie A title in 2002. Maresca then had spells at Fiorentina, Sevilla, Olympiacos, and Málaga, among others, before retiring in 2017. Despite his success at club level, Maresca never earned a senior cap for Italy, although he represented his country at various youth levels.

With Enzo Maresca's appointment as Chelsea head coach, the footballing world will be closely watching his progress at Stamford Bridge. As he takes on this new challenge, followers can stay up-to-date with all the latest news and developments surrounding Maresca's managerial career through our comprehensive NewsNow feed, which aggregates content from reliable sources to provide a complete picture of this exciting new chapter in his life.


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